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VERMONT WATCHMAN & 8TATE JOURNA.L, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER L6, 182. ICONTINI'KD MOI PIPTH rAOB.) to .?40. Dnftng tlm a7MliM. tlie RMiato prpartiterl MlM LflBA BllU benntf nl bd iiiilt in rt'coRnlllon o( h"r MrViOtl IU thi obolr. The villrtffo Nbool clnioil lant wrelc. Tlie jiHKt term WM a MOMMfll and safisfa. tory one Thp Metlloillst aewlna Otffila will TTl'M't nn Frldn.v flftrrncicm aiul aYanlng Wltb. Mrs. Honry Rmllh. .T. 1.. Si'verance, whn was inlnre.l vvliile at wnrk nn Thiitnns Rtevons' li.irn. lnnr, siiitiinr, is now Wc to b nliont. thOUgb Itlll obltgMl tn carrv a cane. Warren Fillelil has takon a Hrr" lntiilicr JobofA. T. Dnrant. Danlel I'itkin, WBO Iws hpen Ploll all siiTiiiner. Is Wtt ftgalf), Kil, l'itkin'H son is til t 111. Hlam he LnOH Ml bOBM OYOT Ritmlay. Moretown. Tlic ileiiincrats hflffl are jnhllant ovcr tba rciiult of tlm sloctiOBi The lirtllot for pr'niilin::i! electi.rs in tliis town wan: RspabltmB, 88 democratlo. 61 1 TwofrienilsofW.fi. Tiiv'm from Salem. Mass., are In towti. . 1), 0. Holt, aml son of WoOribnf? forinT raatdanta. were here Snnilay. B Freil Gosh. snn nf Aar.m Ooss, whn resi.les on the Comrnnn, is ill, snf ferlntr from oro'iiinonla. Glattda (Jrif fith mns the liarlmr-.shop at the hotel. Northfield. Miss Minnle nunt ley of Burlington ll vis itlnj; iu town. A snn was Im'n Tlmr.s.lay BHOtBlBg to Mr. aml Mrs. Fre.l .I.mes. Miss TTnttie lli.wlaml has eroni1 to Woods vllle, N. H., to Uve with Mrs. Marv Itan diui. Miss Kate finllivan of Rrattlelti.m rllftd on Nin.lav. of ronsmnption. Her bodj was bfOBgbt here for hiir'l on Mnnilay. C. N. Whitniarsti. havtng liis liamls niorp than full of bniHnMM ;s Hstng asslste.l )v his sistpr, Miss MttDle Wliltmarsh of liur lington. Hpv. Walt" 'V.'.. f.f BnrUlrl, N. H., is to prftar.h at tli tTnltfAmiillst rtbiiwi at. six o'clock ni'X' Snn.lar evpnin. Tlierp will M no tnornim? sprvipp. " Tpn N'"ht in a Rarroom " n-111 not Itp prpspntp'l till tlip tirst wppk in DAQAtnbMTf tlip liall hftlBff pntrnpd nparly BVHTJ evpn ing for tlip npxt two wpcks. Mrs RopklBHi Wbn now livs In a tenp inpnt in tlip Stpvpns hlock will movp into tbp Iiomsp on 'pntrl strppt Wb6Tfl Mrs. Rnbbini now is, thp lattpr Koing to MoBt pelinr. TIip frood Tptnplars arp llfllng th6 00tn pptitivf svstptn acraln this qrtfirtsr, witli Mr- Mi H. Holl an.l Mr- '. K RmmI as canfains. TIip startpd otT well, Friilav pvpnins. and lt is BX ted tbkl this will ba a snccpssful fpiartpr. TIip slippt and pillow-rasp ninsonpradp. to lp ijirpn Fridav pvpninc of tltis wppk in Concprt liall. indndps a fancv drpss onp as wpll. Alni(sslon to tlip ha'l. tpn rpnts: dani inc. sixtv ppnts. Cako and coffpp will hp sprvpd in tlip pvpniny. At tlip annnal mMtlng of tbx loc Rlvnr Vallpy Fair Associa'ion tlip followinc of tlcprs wprp elprtpd : For diriptorst .Tafnps Morsp, Hana H. MoTM Cassius Poolr. Oporup W. Lyflde, W. V. Iloldpn, R. H. Kpnt and K. T. Mrdarty. TIip offlMlf cliospn arp; Frpsidpnt, Jatnps Morsp; vicp prpsidpnt. Onorffp W. Lvndp; epnpral sn- iMrintandeat, S. II. Kettt; piprk. W. W. Holdpn: trpasnrpr. .T. (1. IV Tb&ytri plpf ofpidic-p. F. W. Gold: anditor, .1 K. Kd rprtfin. Votpd to liold tlip fair Tnpsd-tv. lVpdnpsdav and Tlmrsrlav, tbfl tliird WP' k in Rpptpinlipr, 18(13. TIip anditors' mrtnrt slinwpfl tlip eronnds and rPO'tirs pnlrl for, liills spttlpd and altont two linndrpd didlnrs in tljp trpasorv. hftftfrlfta aliou) fotir linndrt'd dollars wortli of tlip stook nnsolil lmt spII inj rapidlv. Quitp pxt.pnsivp rppairs arp ontpinplatpd npon tba Rrounds tlip comine year. Ijipo'pnant KiinliaU's famili- liave rr. tiirnpd from MainP. I)r. W&lllBg and wifp startpd on Mondnv for F'orida, aml ( liannrpy DflBBJT Bd wtfa pft Tupsdav for tltp sanip statp, all to rpinain tbfOttgb tbfl wintpr. Miss Mal'd Martin is Iparn i''uf tvpp-spftinu in tltp Xt'W oflipp Missps Fmilv BtobblBSt Matnip Farrpll and Marole WbltmMmh arp prnnlorpd tliorp at jirpspnt. - Krank Plninlpy. Ksq., avri'ptl Iioiiip from MioblffftB on Ratnrdav. Jttcob Flandprs and wifp lpff town last Tuosdav for BalflTQ, N. H . wlicrp tlny will livp witli tiipir daBgbter, Jiiiius Hougbton rad liis motlipr Iipvp takpn possps-ion of tlip lionsp. .7. M. Holland. K . a fortner law stndptit in 'Sqnlf6 PIunilAY'l olllcp, now "if Spattli'. Wasli.. )ias lipen in town recuntly on a visit to liis fatlier. Plainfield. TIip prlmar; dppartmpnt of tlip Marslnipld villa?p scliool, tanvbt by K. A.ltoa Martin of this placp, i losed Novembfir 12, witli pnlilic exerrispH. At tlip local Clirisrian Kndpavor mAating, Bafurday pvpnine, Miss Lenora Stnvpiis (tave an inlprpstine rpport, of tba rerent state ronvention of Endeavorers at Bn BiBgtOB. Maple HUl. Rpx-. Tbomas Hntpliinson of Wast Dprby prpacbpd at. tbp Bollps snbool-boiisp, last Snnilay. Mrs. Jobn Linton. who bas befln qnita ill. is imnrorine. Ir is rp- portpd tbat Frank Aikpn bas ooatraoted to cut 2,000,000 feet, of logs for H. S. I.aird. North Randolph. Will Little has removed to West Ran dolpb. A visitor to this town from Barre said epes were sellincr for thirty-eiglit cents a dozen in that place. Van Oarpente"-, who has heen Ptnnloved in the state prison at Concord, N. H., for two vears, was reeentlv promoted to the position of overseer of one of the work ahops . South Ryeuate. Rpv. ,1. ,1. Hall is in Boston visiting. Dpxter Whitehill is better and ablo to be out a?a1n. A. .T. Finlev is to put in a steaui MWBlttl on bis timber lot. Will McQueen bas begun work at Kobin Darlinc's stone shed. Rpv I.. TT. Elliot. preached in Rev. J. J. Hall's obUTCb last Sutiday. Mrs. Benjmnin flodfrey has returned to her home in Jonesbora, Ark. The aohoo on Jefferson hill began last Monday, Miss Kann teacber. .Tohn Orosier and Naney Nelson were married last week by Kav. S. A. Jackson. Robin Darling has boen renairins; the old enginp and pat a new polishins raaohine in his shop, and is now doing good a business. Stowe. A daneing-si bool has been opened here by Professor Elmore. Considerable powder was burned here on Wednesday night by fintliusiafltio deinocrats. A Woman's Relief C'orns will be organ iznd at the town hall on Wednesday after- noon ot this week. Oeoree and Alma Emery attendeil the Ijamnilla oonntj Oood Templars' union at Johnson on Tlinrsday of last week. The fnneral of Mrs. Balch, an old resi dpnt, ooODnad at. the rpsldenee of Mr. l'apo in Moscow on Tlinrsday of last week. TIip Oood Templars will hnld a bOI party and Hociable at the vestry of the MethocUst chiirc.hon Frlday evening, November 25. By a collision of two c.arrianeH on Maple street, Snnilay, Mrs. Frank Mu.zey was thrown opOB the ground aud severely In jured. A puhllc meetitiK of the literary soclety of the hlrh lobOOI was bald on Monday arenlng. The cpiestion of woman Hiiffrani was discussed and daoidad in the uenative. North Thetford. Iliram Barues died receutly, after u week'a illneHB. The village hall has been dedicatod, bul it is not all completed yet. The new watar couipany bas the din li npailv ready for thp plpp, wblch will bp laiil tliis wppk if tbp weathpr Is favorable. Mrs. BOwatl and dauabtpr from Massa chnsetts, are to spend the w'ntpr at the hotel harc, Mn Bowao is ttia widow of the latp Timotliy Bowen, a forinpr resident herp. Mrs. Coblatgb has bppn vlsiline In the oorth part of tbaiUta, : Prad Tbtftkett, Wl Iwriglit, aftpr an absence of a vear, bas ratUrBad and ll WOfkiDg at b(l traile In bis old ahop. ArtbBf Etowa of Hud- JOB, M:iss.. was bar ovpr Rnndiiv. i Miss Jnlia Kinsinan is nblp tn ha imt ., ,, aftpr long conflnameril with abrokaBtrto. Mrs. Addla Kitcb and daimhtpr arp to IBand the winter in OnTeenlipld, Maas. TnBbrldgB, Rcbool In dlltrlnt No. K closp.l last Kriday. Mr. and Mrs. Hvron llowe bave a littlp son. bom the 7th lt"'. Mrs Rabaoea KlBg cloaat baronaa, this wppk, Md will ppnd thp winter in Lawrpinp, Mass., with lipr son. A. I'. Raltpr Is soon to movp tn thp nlace known as tbp Annt Blaota" farm. .: Mr. I'orter bas movod totlip Hansoii farm. Watran, Nearly all the lObOOll In town closed last Fridav. II. II. Moore is entertainlng visitors from Rochester. Sleialw werp out last Fridav for the tirst tiinp this spason. Miss Kva (ioodspepd, who tanght thp fall term in North Favston. isspending a sbort vacation (vith friemls hprp, but, pxpects to teach thp samp school tliis winter. Maok Ditniok nlnaad a irjooaMfnl term of si hool in district No. 1, last Ratnrdav. In the evening his tmplls gave him a snrnrlse vlsit at Nabiini Nichols', whlob wasapleas ant OCOttlOfl aml greatly pnjovpd. TImtp was a snrprisp birthdav partv at Ilev. J, W. Bnicall'a, last Fridav evpning. it bpinc tba hirthday anniversarv of both Mr. and Mrs. Bniaall thpy being tifty-six ypars old. A larijp OOmpBBJf was present, and some valnablp gifts were left with the pstitnable couplc. Orrin Arnold is to remove to South Fram ingbam. Mass.. to work on a stork farm. .lop Klliott, who bas bflAB quite ill, is convaipscing. Miss Ada Ontbberl is visiting frlpnds in Notthflald aml vieinity. Mrs Waltpr Vradpiihurir aml .lames Nichols arp spriouslv ill. Will Har mon is dangerously ill, siilTering from pnpu uiotiia. Washington. Tda Flinf is in town. aftpr spending the nmmar at tba Whlta moantaina. It is ramorad that a new store will 1p oppned in thp Worthlev bloi k the present week. A numbpr of ebildraflifl town arp affltotad witban apidamta similarto whooping-cough mlBui tba " whoop." Oor local daaiOOMta are preparine for the cclpbration of tlip (Meveland vlctorv at Harrp nazl Tbnrsdty pvenlng. The Washington democrarv bavp a nnm bar of wUllng poattBMtan iii t.hair ranks, and a prospective consnl to NoMan's Land. A rlne veal. belonging to Hon. H. A. Whitp. met with a fa'al mibap in tba nas turp, while the judgp was ouhis trip to Bos ton. Gporgp M. Reaver bas abont dpcldpd to frlvanp thp farm and aooant a permanant poalfion as solicitor for thp Watcliman Pub lltbtng Conip.iny. Ed. Bmary, arhn has raoantly takpn pos session of Mr. Downtng'a honse on the Chelsea road, lost a liorse last week, wbiob was found dead in the stall. Anoyster snpner is to be given bv the Universalist loclaty, at town hall m-xt Rat nrdav pvpnine. tba prooaeda of whlob are to be devoted to the purchase of an orjan for the ohurob. A Bne antartaJnmant is bp Ing praparad, wbiob will oompriaa several novel features. Waterlmrr. Tba ladies of the Methodist churcb will hold a fair in rlie baspment, of the new obnrobi Novambat 99 and :tn. Miss Susan Fisk dlad ar tba town farm. Monday, and was bnrlad at Waterbury Cenler on TiU'sday mornlng, It is said that the peac eablp rcsidpnts of a Iiomsp on Oooley avenue were startb'd bv an attampted barglary, the otbar eTaning, Rpv Mr Fisk of Waltaflald pxchanged witli Rpv. R Tf Wheeler. last Sabhatb, and eavp an intprpsting talk on " Matboda '! to the mambara of the Chrtitian Bndeavor So- Olety in thp evpning. Ralph Btnshano of Pblladelphta will glva an antartalnmant in thp hall at Barrett's hotel, Wednesday evening of this week. Those in thil place who havp baard him pronounc e him a marvel as an iinpersonator and violinisr. The old Methodist ohnrob property and 100 fppt on thp railroad and of the site of the new Methodist ohnroh bave been sold to a svndicate, consisting nf W. P. Ilillineham, G. E. Moo.lv. J. W. Moodv an.l C. S. Co nant, the . onsideration being $1,000, Twentv or more tneiiibprs of tbp lpeisla tnra auddanly droppp.l in on Waterbury. Monday morning. the Vprmont asylum being thaii objeotlTa noint. Though tbeir coming was unlipraldpd. thay wpre per fectlv satistied wit. the condition in wbiob tbey found tba wards and patients. Oertrude Wallace is home from Mont pelier from her school for a two weeks' va cation. . Mr. and Mrs. Rice Ilavenport of Williamstown arp at the Methodist par sonage for a few weeks' visit. Halan Farrall has been fpiite slck. The youngest nhlld of Oeorga Morton bas been dnneerouslv ill of pneumonia. Frank Willlams bas ootnnanoad an apprenti.-e- ship with o e. Scott. tbe jawalar. Rtephen Ilayden gops to Havarbtll, Mass., npxt wppk, to visit liis cliildren. oa I.evi Davls is out of the asylum for a vacation. Waterbury Center. There is to be a union service at the Methodist chnrob, naxi Sundav. and Pro fessor P. II. Bale will prea.'h a Tbanksgiv ing sermon. Clarence Huntley has bnntfbt tba Adam Wood farm Almon Hart has gone to Duxbury for the winter. Mrs. W. B. Marshal returned from Pliiladelphia on Safiirdav. Miss Rarah Graves bas been stopping with M s. Allen a few days. CouoniNo leads to c.onsninption. Keinp's Balsam will stop the cough at once. Lank'r Familv Mkpicink moves the how els every day. Most. people need to use it . Downs' Ki.imk will cure any cough or cold, no inatter of how long standing. Dkan's Rhkitmatic Pili.8 alisolutely cure rbeninatistn aud neuralgia. Entirely vege table. Safe. Ely's Ckkam Balm is worth its weight, in gold as a cure for catarrb. One bnttlecured me.S.A. Lovell, Franklin, Prnn. Unstness Horttces. Thk Baterbrooh Btaal Pen Oo.. 30 Jobn atreet, New York, are otTering 81,000 iu pries for poems oti Esterbrook's pens. Send them postal for i-irculars explaiuing. Do not snppose that, because it is recoin inended for anlmals, Arnica & Oil UbI DMBt is an offensive prepar.il ioti. It will not Htain clothing or the fairest skin. Gkohok A. Ainsworth, Barre aml Will iamstown, dealer in pianoa, organs an.l ewlng naoblBaa. Competltlon in quality and prices if goods challenged. Sallsfac t.ion guaranteed. Barre headqiiarters, Pat- ic.v Onandler'a Jewalry-atore, 78 North Main atreet. Correspondence promptlv attemled to. Inspection of gooda cordlally invitp.l. N. B. He uoIIh for JliB a vibrating shuttle spwing-inachlnp, whlch llie manufacturcrs gtiafdnCM as being " the best that. can l.e iiiade." A simu.r trlal of Dr. Ilcnry Baxter's MandraUe Bltters will couvlnce any one troubl.'d with costiveness, torpid liver or any klndred diiaaaea, of tbeir oflratlTt prop- erli.s. They only cost twenty-llve OOBH per bottle. "How to Curf. A.LL Hkin Disrasks " Rlmply aplv " Rwayue's Ointnicnt." No Intarnal maaloina retotrad. Ouraaalltat- ter, pczcma, Ilcli, all eriiptlons on tbe facc, han.ls, nosp, plc, l aving. the skin clear. whtta and baaltny. its graat hpaiiug an.l CUratiVfl powers are jtossesscd bv no otber ramady. Ask your drugglst for Rwayue's Ointmant, I HAVK. been a sufferer from catarrb for twanty yaan. i foaBd itnmedlata raliat in the use of Ely's Cream Balm. BlBOS UalBg it I bave not sufTered a iiiomput from hea.l achp, sore throat or loss of slppp, from whlob l prevlously luffered, oauaad by oatarrb, I oonalder yout Balm a ralnable r. inidy H, i. VnnMiT, .rHi Warren strnl, Ul arhets. n .. 4' ,n h I Verinont Murkcls. MOMTVBUMt. i. Kl I Hntter. ofatai. ty I...X.... i l ". .hilrv. jl Khk. V .l.ir. POTAtMi. li.'w. "fl lnmhcl. lliiHK, llve. 99 MnK. nrMMMl, It. S...... 1VK, 11 ll. sj.rliiK inl n 4 fowMi V II I Ipnna ehlekant. 1K ft i i Kl.n.r. Siirink' Wiieat l Imrrnl .1 J.1 nmr. w inter whMt.lRbamj im i Fl.mr. Ksinllv W he.it . jM.nrri'l .1 (tu Kee.l, w owl 1 Menl. fl ewt 1 ii Ml.l.llli.u-ii. l ewt OaU, onifiel n ' Qorn, tf' IiiinIipI !W i Hriin. p4jf BWI i mani. ih i.umIipI 2 2ft , Milo laBar new 7 ' M.IU' nynun.'w 5(1 2ft 2ft II 29 711 II III is Hoston Prndiiee. inft ftd M S Hft I In .1 1 I" 'it. M) iftl 11O 'J .'in '., H When Raby wa Rlck, we nae her Castoria. When slie was a Chilil, she cried for Castorla, When she becaine Miss, she clung to Costoria. When she had Chil.lreD, she gave them Castorla Monday, Novetnlier 11, 1809, Tbe QUOtattoni given below represent prices obtained by receivers for whnlmalt nt$ (BOt Jobbing prfolf) and are intended to reprisaeni aotnal saies: Thk Bf.st Pi.astkh. Dainpen a piece nf Hannel with Chatiiberlain's Pain Balm an.l bind it on OVarthe seatof pain. It is betler than any plaster. When the Inngs are sore UOh an application on the chest. and au other OB the back, between the shoiilder blades, will often prevent pneumonia. There is nothing so good for a lame back Ot a pain in the side. A sore throat. can nearly always be OUtad in one night by ap plylng a Hannel bandage dampened with Pain Balm. Fifly-cont. bottles for sale by t'. Blakely, drupgist, Montpelier, Vt. Pii.ks, PlLBal Itciiino Pilks! Symptoms: Motitara; Intanaa Itohlng aml itlbglng, most at night ; worse by scratching. If al- lowe.l t. ntinup, tumors form, which often bleed and ulcerate, becoming very sore. Swayne's Ointment stops the itching an.l bleeding, heals ulceration, and in most cases reinoves tbe tumors. At ilruggist.s. or by mail, for tifty cents. Dr. Swayue ft Son, Pliiladelphia, Penn. BUTTKH. Creiiinerv. Nnrtl.ern. extra, V tti CreMin.'rv. Norttaatn, entrs flrtn.lH ft.. . i Cresmrry. Baatatn. extrs, Tfi ft 1 'rejtlMerv. WeRtern. eltrs rirst. Tfl It. . j I'reamery, flmts, ' lh I llnlry, Vt. sml N. V., eitrs rlriits, 1" . , l)lrT. Vt. and N. V.. r)rt. TR It. Ilslry. Vt. siirt N. V.. I.iw irrs.len. 11 lh. . H rHi.klln M , - ; . w . . v 1 , . .... 1 1 er.W !. I'i., ejtrs rtftlry. JK ft, Iii... ejtru ftrts. IU Iti iv... ftmtt, i r Trank. aatra etaatnatv ikti l'n.t.k. extn. ihitry. 1H Iti A 2ft lft 27 J7 M ia 24 22 17 ffl) 27 Iffl 19 (it 2R ChgfflberlalB'l Eye and Skiu Oiui inciil. A certain cure for chronic sore oyes, tet ter. salt rheum, scahl hnad, old chronic sores, fever sores, eczema, Itoh, prairie scratches, sore nipples and piles. It is cooling and sootbing. Hundreds of cases bave bepn curpil bv it. after all otber treat ment had failed. " Twent.y-tive cents per box. For sale by C. Blakely, Montpelier, Vt. For Oyer Fifty Ypars. An Old and Wki.l-Trikd Rkmkdv. Mrs. Winslow's Sootbing Syrup has been iised for over fifty years by millions of mothers for tbeir cliildren while teethiug, with perfect success. It soothes the chil.l, softens the gums, allays all pain, curo wind collo, and is the best, remedy for diarrbn'a. Is pleaaant to the taste. Sold bv druggists in every part of the world. Twenty-tlve cents a bottle, Its value is in calculable. Be sure and ask for Mrs. Win slow's Sootbing Syrup, and take uo other kind. CHKKSR. Vermont, extm. fuii etaan ih it yarmont. flrntn. ih it. Vern.ni.t. ecoit!ii, 11 Tl MsKe. It. I'srt NKlinn. II tti New York, eitra. 1ft It. New York. flrsts. V It. New York. laaonati y ff. HKANS. Hadlomi.ohotaa hanavt8ked, - boah. MafHiiros. uraanan. 1 dqiii MertluiiiK. neroii.ln. V l.imh I'.'ii. Vi.rk Stste. msrrow h. p., bunlt. i raa, asraanad 11 bain I paa, Moonda, Mibnh HWl Kl.lney. II l.uih Vetlow Kyen. Iniprovert. baib Yell.iw Kyen. iin.r'.l neroii.ln, it biii.li.. ROOS. Vernioul nuA N. It..extrn. Kt 101.. . Kaitern. extra. Kt d..z watlara, caolea, Bl iior. POULTKY. Qblekatii, oholea, V 9 Onlekant, oornmon to no.i Kowts. extra ehotee li'? .1 II n Itwl s 2 nn I 7 1 411 2 (ift I 7ft 1 4ii 2 2ft i 1 711 l2 10 IBI 110 ai m wi 10 m ft 91 on a i mi M M 1 00 MF.ATS FKRSH. Heer, rlmlee. V 1b Baaf, iit-'i.t onolc, tr it. Baat, lienvv ir.iod. Ht lt Beef. ko.mI.'HI It, Ileef. I1I11.I inarterB. eln.lce. ifl jh Hepf. fore 'iimrten. cholce, tr . . . Baat t'.tre tnmcrn. V rh. Heef. I1i1.1l fqnartata, einiitnon, it rh. Utn b, rh.iloe. V tt. ntton. extrti, V tt Miiitnti. oonunoti tn roo4 V fb Veal. Sastatn, raojea. ?t lt Veal, oonunoti, v it. HAY AND STHAW. .. 181 2K . . M .. .9 2l 17 Ift lli iS Ift 14 (& 1ft tkg) ft :' m 87 II ll 4j4a 11 ft d III h fff k i S ft 7 .. ! 10 5 ti I llay. Kanten, fiholea. Ifl ton j llny. tlue. fi Inn Ilay, e.lnver an.l elover tnlxe.l. .'!.. 11.. Ilay. nr.llnarv, ( tnn j Huy, poor I.. ftommon. 1( tnn ' Ilay. nwale. l tnn bhiw. rve. Kooa in pnno, f 1011 Straw. nat, t l 011 Kli.vme Witli Heuson. Tn Kueie. tho ntunbor. artao vrotdd .lare to? Ilf all the llll that BmIi In lielr tn. Tu li.'ar the l.alf yoll .'.nil.l not l.ear to; Ind l.tv.'ly WOttUUl has her sl.are. tO0 bhe'.l liave ROllie le if nl.e'.l repalr t. Dr. Pierce's Kavorite Prescription. For "run-down," debilitatad and ovatwotkad women it is tbe best of all restorative tonloa. A potent speciflc for all those chronic weak nesses an.l diseases peculiar to women ; a powerful, general, as well as uterine, tOBifl and nervine. It imparts vigor and tttOBgtb to the. whole systetn. It promptly uires weakuess of tbe stoiiiach, nausea, lndlgea tion, bloating, debility aud sleeplessuess, in pitberspx. It is carefullv oompounded by an ezparianoad pbyaloian and adapted to woman's tlelicate organi.ation. Purely yegetable and perfectly harmle.ss in any condition of the svstem. The only me.li cine for women, sold by druggists, under a positlve guarantee of satisfaction in every case, or price (81.00) refunded. 17 oowift no j IM.W1H IH. 12 o.i7f ift ihi 14 Urfi Ift On 12 (KiWH l' . . 'nl S M 14 00914 Sti s ftna s 1 0 lUrtbs. In Stnwc, N0V4 T. a dftHghttl tn Mr, and Mrs Wnl ter Sl;iytoii. In Worcester, N'ov. 12, a son to Mr. inul Mrs Bd win KeMotfK. In V(irc"'t'r1 Nov. ti, a ttaulitpr to Mr. aud Mrt. I . M. DrlnkwftUr. Hflarrtagcs. in ObelwA Vov. ta bj Uov. H. k. Homrd . Henry K. Milen of Edw to Myrtli LttM of t.'heUea. in Bonth RTenift. Not. I. bf Rcv. Joton J, HaU( JODO A. Crosier to Niiucy -I. NeUon, lotli of Kyegate. In Qhtll i Nov. I'J. of Ciiiicxr, Mrs. Carlton Slark. At liis reitdffntM in Allcrton, Wavne rininty, Inwa, stiltman Cliiirchill, 9M9& M years, " frmrlv a r-i-dnnl of McntiM'lier, Vt.. aml for soint years" rlerk of WanliliiKtoii OOUOty t'ourt. bbcrtisemcnts. Would You Like a Curtain? A sash curtain in tlie kitchen. Get a rod and fix tures of us for 10c. The curtain will not cost you miich. Full line of Window Shades. Pillow-sham Holders at 25c again in stock. It has been hard to get them. See the new styles of Keed Chairs, just in. Also the Fancy Paper Racks"' and convenient Umbrella Uolder. Prompt and careful attention to all special orders and repair work. Telephone connection at all hours. WBBSTBR & COMPANY. OO VtINr STREET. THANKSGIVING IS ALMOST HERE! Vv- Do you require anything in the way of Fine Col ored Dress Coods, Silks or velvets ? alL T. S. Brophy 6t Co. Keep all the Novelties, also the largest line of Cheap Coods in town. This week we offer Black Dress Coods Priestley Henriettas, Serges, Cashmeres and Over-shot effects, AT LOWEST PRICES. Lookat our Fine Initial Handkerchiefs for 10c, 25c, 50c, als) our Silk Handkerchiefs for Gents, Ladies and Children. Twenty-five dozen Foster Lacing 7-Hook Kid Gloves in Black and Fall Shades, at $1.00 per pair. Blouse Waists for Ladies at much less price than they can be made. Blankets from 75c to $10.00 per pair. Wool Underwear for Ladies and Children, also Hosiery, Corsets and Trimmings at At)l)crttBmenr;:. ubcrttsements. ITCHING AND SCAL U&ln 1)I'hp 0 Vwirsa Doctor li UtdkslaM I'wlfBs. Onved by utli'iim for $4.75a T fot 1 it U my Hnty to tcll yoxt mv ippTif wJUi v.mr OUTICUHA KlXBDlaMa I bV i troubl', .1 lor over uitia year with n drciJful n diccaHf. Wln n 1 lnt It, ther apM'arrd n f m . . i i i tpoti on i brenpt, und ll k pl ipn :tdlrK itOWljTi J l hlli I I the MUnt 0B my bu btwiHn my pihouliJurii few lay ufUT tho lM turncd i-r , , and beg Itebint BmMiMnlM on fall uff, po U cotilim oprf udlnff all o M i bmly. I trh-U oll thr p tni ntololMi I oonld inl of, or R( l bohl of. J I. conoulu-d dottorn. V thov would curo mp lli Fhr.rt lltn", but thfy nlwnys fallcd. TbtB Kil up tblnki&fl ibue waa no curt? for mc. BOI (eW niontbs aao, I notir.i d your MWttMBBenl tb TmOOM Mornintj 1ihbe; IhOHghl X WOHld I Ui (Juticuha Kkhrlhk, not IhinkiiiK It ukl -DM mucb Rood, but to my urpririr, three tox I'rrn i ha, oim rake of (ifTH IRA Koap. ann tli" botilei of Oi'Tic tba Kehhi.vbnt cun d mc ntin t- M v Hkin in now an white aml purr a tliat ol a i i i I wout my iihot"ur;iph. I huvo mi Cbkago, 111., nt-l St. raiil, Minn mi pi I b uvo maoy li . .itMiN K. n:i;.v. P. O. Box loGA Whatcom, Washington. Cuticura Resolvent Tho n w Blood and Skln rurlfirr, Intonially :ir; (.'uththa, tht' Rri'at Hkln Curo, mid Cl'TH ri. BoAf, Um Ciqttltili Hkln HeautHk-r, oxUTiially, ll plaiitly rolU-ve and Ppcodily curo ovt'iy dt-- r hurr.(.r of tho Pkln, ccalp, and Mnod, with b.c- bulr, from lufamy to BgB frouj pltupk-s to ecroiui Pold ovcrywberr. Prifo. Ci TirmA, 506.1 Fu.v 95o. JtBHoi.VKNT, fl. I'rcparcd by tho I'oTTt. It.A fl AND ( IIKMM AI. C'oRPOKATION, ItOHtoil. Uf" How to Cure Hkln IlHcaioi," fii p.ijr 60 iilu-trationp, Vw toHtiinonlalo, tnall d TM PtK8 bl:rkhrad, r-d, rouiih, CIIBppfd, fc. oil fkiu ruri-d oy Ci TUL'nA Hoap. vVEAK, PAiNFUL KIDNEVS Witli thi-ir woary, dull, n hirnr. II f -1 alt'fronc 'iifation, wlleved In minnteby tii- Cutlrura Antl-Pa rin ti r. Thflrftand only Inttaoi ncoun I'ain-kibiiiar tri'ntthDint planti-r. 2& ct u: 40 ON DEPOSITS REMAININ6 0 Six Months or Longer. 00 ON DEPOSITS REMAINING wO Less than Six Months, An. iha ntai trf tataratl pni.i in iha SAVINGS OEPARTMENT or tii First National Bank MONTPELIER, VT. Cnpltal all In $2oO,000 Surplua -ii.ii. - Addltlonal lUbllltjrof Stock- holfleia 250,000 Mnkhix h tntHl Guarantee Fund of $550,000 Korthp nt'curlty of (lopnxitor. 0BABIJBB DEWE1 , Prealdent, ii.ii- B. IMI1 ii. Vle.prcaldaa, .1. . HOVOHTOM, W. B, ADA 11- F. A. IIWINKLL. Baaalag li.mr. fri.m nliip a . M. tn IhrM I'. M . All I.....I... cnl.n.li'litlnl. K1- Ij. Enton, Cnshier. Blanchard Opera-House. ONE NIGHT, Thursday, November 17. Time's slippery hccl is bttfd to ttttcb on hv. Better keep ahead of him ; de cide this instant to give at least the one perfeei present, thatcharms .'.nd teaches, all atonce; beautlful to look at, genuine, a sure reliance and treasured dally companion. YOU can afTord it ; the new, qukk winding Waterbury. $4 to gts. lt Is a jewek-J watch : .in accu rate timi'piece : a stcm winj er; in riiIJ. filleJ, or coin sllver cases. All jewelers kwp il in fortv dHfaifal tyles to suit every Uste. It rnay save risks on a costlit-r one for sometHkly you Unow. And don't forget the yoiinrrsters.N, LAl'KA S( HIIiMKI: MAI'LKSO.N. HENRY WAPLESON OPERA GO The "Old Reliable" . . . SHOE STORE . . , Is now well filled with seasonable goods and in greater variety than ever before. We are or dering gooda nearly every ilay. and if we do not havejusl what you want in .tck can get ul mosl anything in the line of FOOTWEAR the second day after order is re ceived. We will try to please and not " Jhcce " you C. H. SHIPMAN, 100 Main-st., - Montpelier, Vt. iD.tl.i' (lri'tKt an.l l.atcat "FADETTE." LAURA SCHIRMER. in ti.e ehafaetar "f " Padatta." Bcatilifnl Music Interprcted by Clever Artists. Tlekat 'in lalaal I. k. Lonaa stor. Mondt,, No vambai 14. rri.-es pl45, fft M, 7fl and M oeuti. Tbe "NEW PBACTICAL - method for teacliinir nlnis tliainl aml tlm lies: uiethods of bookkaeping ara tauUt at the 0 AND rC-WRlTHG This Inatitutton has baooma ooDipiouooi for ednoatiiia yoang men aml women pra.-- tirally aml for siippl.viiiu liusincss housns promptly wltb arell quallflad bookkeaparfl. tenographeri aml baatnaai aKsistautH. Cor raapondenoa Invitad. Kor oat4klogne, a.'ilress 0ABNELL & GUTC1IESS. Albany, S. Y. What is im isrIVrri STREET. Custoria is Dr. Saumel Pitehor's prescription for Infauts aud Cbildrcn. It eoutaius ueitlier Oplum, Morpliine nor otber Narcotic substance. It is a liarmless substitvto for Paregorie, Irops, Snni hiiur Syrups, and Castor Oil. It is Pleasant. Its jjuaranteo is lliirty ycars use by Millions of Motbers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays feverishness. Castoria prevents voiiiiting Sour Curd, cures Diarrboea aud Wind Colic. Castoria relieTes teetbiug troublcs, cures eonstipation and flatulency. Castoria assiuiilates tbe food, resulates the stomach and bowels, giving: bealtby and uatural sleep. Cas toria is tbe Cbildreu's Pauacca tbe Motber's Frieud. Castoria. "OMtorlii Ib uii cxcellent nuUoino to abil iben. Motliers have repetttedly told uio ul ita good effoct upou their cbildrea." Dh. O. C. OlOOOD, Lowell, Mns. "fstorla la tke bt4 reiucly for children of whlch 1 am acqualnUMl. 1 hoH) Uio day ' "l ar dlaLant whn inothora will oousl .or tho roal intereBt of their children, an.l use Cantoritt in jtead of thevnriousquoclt nostruiiiB which aro deetroytnt; th. lr lovexl onea, by foreingophiiii, morphine, noothiug syrup and other hurtful agenU down thelr throats, thereliy andbf thew to premature grae." ltt. J. F. KlNCHEUOI, Couway, Ark. Castoria. " Castoria Is so well adapted to children tha I ptoommand it asuperiortoany prwcripboi kuowu to un . ' H. A. Abchkr, M. D., Ul So. Oiford St., llrooklyn, N. V. " Our phyaicuins in the children's depaitr meut have apoken hiKhly f thcir exivf-i- eiice In their outaide practice 1th astonla. and although we only have antoug W iia-dical supplie what U known as reiil.M pnxlucts, yet we are free to confeas tlu-t Uhe nierita of Castoria has wou us to look widh favor upon lt." Vmitkd Hospital and DisriNainY, Uoston, M..K Aixrn C. Shith, JVe.. Tho Centar Company, TI Mnrray Street, New York Clty.